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The Royal Society of Medicine promotes an exchange of information and ideas on the science, practice and organisation of medicine. Their vision involves actively encouraging and supporting all those entering medicine and to be a significant provider of education to the wider healthcare team.
The Royal Society of Medicine aims to:
(1) Provide a broad range of educational activities and opportunities for doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeons, including students, and for allied healthcare professionals
(2) Promote an exchange of information and ideas on the science, practice and organisation of medicine, both within the health professions and with responsible and informed public opinion

Find out more about the RSM’s work and membership on the RSM website.










Why choose Projects Abroad for a medical internship?
Joining a medical project overseas provides invaluable preparation for a career in medicine or healthcare. At Projects Abroad we have placements to suit people of all levels of qualifications and experience so you’d be welcome to join us! You’ll get the opportunity to work alongside skilled local staff and learn from trained professionals. We also tailor your experience according to interests and you have the flexibility to choose when you go and how long for.

We offer a range of different medical placements. These include:
Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Therapy, Public Health, Pharmacy, Midwifery, Nutrition These are operating in 20 countries across the world so you can choose where you go!

Explore your options by visiting our website: www.projects-abroad.co.uk




 

Global Medical Projects are specialists in arranging worthwhile medical work experience placements for pre-university students, students in their vacation, students on their electives and qualified medical personnel.

Global Medical Projects is as much about learning as it is about giving. Our programmes are designed to incorporate learning the local language and something about the local culture. All our programmes include, where applicable basic language courses as well as ‘culture’ courses. This may be drumming in Ghana, Yoga in India or learning Swahili in Tanzania.

Find out more about the by visiting our website: www.globalmedicalprojects.co.uk/